updated December 3rd, 2021





Golf Tournament in England: Growing Popularity

It's no easy matter to organise a successful fundraising event in times of Corona. Diana ...





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Golf Tournament in England: Growing Popularity

Wallace and her team, with the aid of Steve Brown and his wife, managed to do exactly that.

Originally scheduled for spring, the event was postponed to September – with excellent results: nearly 80 players were competing on the course, including a professional golfer. It was all about having fun, but there were prizes to win, too. The event came with a raffle and an auction to generate some extra income. In the end, the coffers were even better filled than in earlier years. The money goes towards medicine and dressing material for four first aid stations in Albania, which ensures safe medical treatment for another year for as many as 3,200 people in remote villages.




Initiator and golf professional: taking care of 3,200 people